[生活美語] It’s time to eat!

[生活美語] It’s time to eat!
40 delicious Taiwanese dishes recommended by CNN (CNN熱推40個不能錯過的台灣小吃)


Many of you have asked me how to say traditional Taiwanese/Chinese dishes so here they are!

1. Braised pork rice (滷肉飯)
2. Beef noodle (牛肉麵)
3. Oyster omelet (蚵仔煎)
4. Bubble tea (珍珠奶茶)
5. Coffin bread (棺材板)
6. Danzai noodles (擔仔麵)
7. Pan-fried bun (生煎包)
8. Gua bao (割包) – a steamed bun sandwich with a filling of braised pork belly, pickled Chinese cabbage and powdered peanut
9. Iron egg (鐵蛋) – chewy braised eggs (sometime quail eggs)
10. Pineapple cake (鳳梨酥)
11. Tian bu la (甜不辣) – fried fish paste that is boiled
12. Ba wan (肉圓) – mega dumpling made of flour, sweet potato starch, pork, veggies and sometimes eggs
13. Fried chicken (鹽酥雞) – bite-sized chicken pieces with salt and pepper
14. Flaky scallion pancake (蔥抓餅)
15. Oyster vermicelli (蚵仔米線)
16. Stinky tofu (臭豆腐)
17. Sweet potato (地瓜)
18. Shaved ice mountain (刨冰山)
19. Pepper cakes (胡椒餅)
20. Din Tai Fung dumplings (鼎泰豐小籠包)
21. Fish ball soup (魚丸湯)
22. Ribs stewed in medicinal herbs (藥燉排骨)
23. Goose (鵝肉)
24. Ding bian cuo (邊趖) – very thin and very chewy noodles
25. Taiwanese sausage with sticky rice sausage (大腸包小腸) – essentially, the smaller sweet Taiwanese sausage is wrapped within the larger sticky rice sausage
26. Mochi (麻糬) – glutinous rice balls
27. soy sauce braised food (滷味)
28. Sun cakes (太陽餅) – a flaky pastry filled with maltose
29. Tube rice pudding (筒仔米糕)
30. Sesame flat bread and deep-fried Chinese bread stick (燒餅油條)
31. Pig’s blood rice pudding (豬血米糕)
32. Three-cup chicken (三杯雞) – chicken that is cooked in a cup of rice wine, a cup of oil and a cup of soy sauce
33. Tamsui Agei (阿給) – mung bean noodles and sealed off with fish paste
34. Fen yuan (粉圓) – tapioca pearl balls, usually served in drinks or desserts (pic: http://www.flickr.com/photos/smilejean/412318158)
35. Large fried chicken (豪大大雞扒) – a HUGE chicken cutlet
36. Grilled cuttlefish (烤魷魚)
37. Aiyu jelly (愛玉冰) – a refreshing jelly made from the gel from the seeds of a variety of fig
38. Ke le bing (可樂餅) – disc-shaped croquette stuffed with mashed potato or minced meat
39. Steamed spring roll (潤餅)
40. Spicy hotpot (麻辣火鍋)

生活美語: http://goo.gl/DQ6wYF

Complete article
English – http://travel.cnn.com/explorations/eat/40-taiwanese-food-296093
Chinese – http://lindavidtw.blogspot.tw/2012/06/cnn40.html

Complete list of foods with translation – http://aluileung.pixnet.net/blog/post/28054532-translation-|-taiwanese-food-in-english-and-chinese-%E5%8F%B0%E7%81%A3

Photo source: http://travel.cnn.com/explorations/eat/40-taiwanese-food-296093

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